It's never too late to improve (for 50's and up - or less)
Saturday, February 27, 2021
I say this because in May of 2016, when I was 70, Blue Cross Blue Shield became my health care provider. They had me do a self health assessment survey and my assessment gave them a lot to be concerned about. I was overweight, had high blood pressure which I reported, and other factors such as high cholesterol which I also reported also gave them concern. They recommended that I seek medical advice. When my daughter heard this she told me that I should ask my doctor's advice about taking up jogging. She lived 2.5 hours away from me in Williamsburg Va. and challenged me to work up to a point where I could joined her in running a 5K in November. That was the start of my remarkable progress where I can now jog a 5K in under 40 minutes and am in such excellent health, that my doctor now says that my health factors are better than his. Just saying that if I can turn my life around within 5 years at age seventy, so can you.
PS You might consider joining my Spark Team teams.sparkpeople.com/An